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The current ‘polycrisis’ is a chance to overhaul the EU, said Guy Verhofstadt, but Euroscepticism widens in the Balkans due to the perceived absence of the European order in the region.
The first three months since the selection of the Pole Wojciech Balczun as a head of the Ukrainian State Railways "Ukrzaliznytsia" were full of interesting events.
Nordea Bank and DNB have agreed to combine their operations in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to build up scale in a corner of their business that forms part of the euro-zone.
Ukraine’ economy is among the most energy-intensive in the world, and the potential for improving energy efficiency is accordingly large.
Unlike its southern neighbors, Croatia postulates itself in ‘South-eastern Europe’ rather than in the ‘Balkans’ or ‘former Yugoslavia’.
It is of key importance now to support the Ukrainians in their effort to develop their institutional capacity, argue Richard Steinberg and Anne Bercio from the Institute for European Politics in Berlin.
Poland has been growing steadily over the past years, with 3.6 per cent growth in 2015, although some policies of the government, in office since November 2015, have dented investor sentiment and could slow growth, according to...
According to the World Bank's Global Economic Prospects report, Serbia's GDP will grow 1.8 per cent in 2016 - which is equivalent to the January forecast - and by 2.3 per cent in 2017 - 0.1 percentage points more compared to the...
Ukraine is plagued by numerous problems, but corruption breeds the biggest one of all – the crisis of confidence, says Aivaras Abromavicius, former Ukrainian Minister of the Economy.
The Balkans were once rightly called the "soft underbelly of Europe" now are being explored by capital from China.